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Captaincy General of Puerto Rico

autonomy for the island, and the ''Partido Liberal Conservador (Liberal Conservative Party)'', which pushed for the island's greater integration into the political system of Spain. The issue of autonomy came to a head in 1895 with the start of the Cuban War of Independence. The Overseas Minister, with approval from the Prime Minister, took the extra-constitutional step in 1897 of writing the ''Constitución Autonómica (Autonomic Charter)'', the new measures which granted autonomy


North Battleford

as Cooperative Commonwealth Federation member for North Battleford, Saskatchewan. * Charles James Townshend b. 1844 first elected in 1884 as Liberal-Conservative member for Cumberland (Cumberland (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. Wikipedia:North Battleford


Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

sailing vessels from his yards at Hantsport, Nova Scotia including the barque Hamburg (Hamburg (barque)), the largest three masted sailing barque ever built in Canada. He represented Falmouth township in the provincial assembly from 1855 to 1859 and then represented the North division of Hants County from 1859 to 1867. Churchill was appointed February 3, 1871 to the Senate and represented the Liberal-Conservative Party. During the 1970s-1980s, CN Rail and later Via Rail operated


Sydney, Nova Scotia

by the early 1830s established himself as businessman in the area surrounding Sydney (Sydney, Nova Scotia), on Cape Breton Island. In 1854 he was appointed to a seat on the Legislative Council of Nova Scotia, upon the recommendation of William Young (William Young (politician)). He retained this position until Canadian Confederation in 1867. On 23 October 1867, he was appointed to the Canadian Senate by royal proclamation, where he sat as a Liberal-Conservative representing the senatorial division of North Sydney (North Sydney, Nova Scotia) until his death. Steel comes to Sydney An integrated steel mill was established on the southeast side of Sydney Harbour in the Whitney Pier neighbourhood of Sydney, Nova Scotia in 1901 by American investors. This entity was named Dominion Iron and Steel Company Limited (DISCO) and was a subsidiary to the Dominion Coal Company Limited (DOMCO). DOMCO coal was used to create coke (coke (fuel)) to fuel the blast furnaces for smelting iron ore which arrived from Bell Island (Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador) in Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador). thumb Bilingual sign (File:Benacadie Glen.jpg), Cape Breton, Nova Scotia A. W. R. MacKenzie founded the Nova Scotia Gaelic College at St Ann's (St. Ann's, Nova Scotia) in 1939. St Francis Xavier University (St. Francis Xavier University) in Antigonish (Antigonish, Nova Scotia) has a Celtic Studies department with Gaelic-speaking faculty members, and is the only such university department outside Scotland to offer four full years of Scottish Gaelic instruction. The Atlantic Gaelic Academy in Nova Scotia offers a four year program as well. Eòin Baoideach of Antigonish published the monthly Gaelic magazine ''An Cuairtear Òg Gaelach'' ("The Gaelic Tourist") around 1851. The world's longest-running Gaelic periodical ''Mac Talla'' (Echo), was printed by Eòin G. MacFhionghain for eleven years between 1892 and 1904, in Sydney (Sydney, Nova Scotia). Eòin and Seòras MacShuail, believed to be the only black (Black people) speakers of Goidelic languages in Canada, were born in Cape Breton and in adulthood became friends with Rudyard Kipling, who in 1896 wrote ''Captains Courageous'', which featured an isolated Gaelic-speaking African-Canadian cook originally from Cape Breton. Joan Jessome, president of the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union, told ''The Canadian Press (w:The Canadian Press)'' that the guards refused to show up for their Thursday night shift, and did not show up for work on Friday. Jessome stated that the guards's refusal to work is permitted under the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act. "What they've done is not a work stoppage. What they've done is exercise their right to refuse to do the work because they believe it's unsafe," said Jessome.


Chiapas

Chiapas was founded in 1826, with Mexico's second teacher’s college founded in the state in 1828. The Mexico-wide struggles between Liberals, who favored federalism and Conservatives, who favored centralized autocratic government (Reform War) did not lead to any military battles in the state but it strongly affected the local politics. In Chiapas, the Liberal-Conservative division had its own twist. Much of the division


Christchurch

The Canadian Directory of Parliament 1867-1967 last Johnson first J.K. year 1968 publisher Public Archives of Canada He served as captain in the local militia from 1866 to 1875. Elected in the Canadian federal election of 1867 (Canadian federal election, 1867), he served as the Liberal-Conservative Member of Parliament representing the riding of Carleton (Carleton (Ontario electoral district)) in the province (Provinces and territories of Canada) of Ontario. He was defeated in the 1872 (Canadian federal election, 1872) and 1874 (Canadian federal election, 1874) elections, and never again sat in parliament. He died in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1879. * Wellington Street Circuit (Wellington 500), Wellington City (see also Wellington 500) * Wigram Airfield Circuit, Christchurch (see also Tasman Series) width "120px" Auckland Blenheim (Blenheim, New Zealand), Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Kerikeri, Whangarei, Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Paraparaumu Air Nelson announces new service to Paraparaumu , Tauranga Christchurch Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Hokitika, Invercargill, Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Tauranga Wellington Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Invercargill, Napier (Napier, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), New Plymouth, Rotorua, Tauranga Incidents * On 8 February 2008, the pilots of Eagle Airways Flight 2279 from Blenheim (Blenheim, New Zealand) to Christchurch were attacked and stabbed by a female passenger who claimed to have two bombs on board. The woman was subdued and the aircraft made a safe landing. Commons:Category:Christchurch WikiPedia:Christchurch Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Canterbury Christchurch


Faroe Islands

) is a liberal conservative political party in the Faroe Islands, led by Jørgen Niclasen. One of the four major parties, it's had eight seats in the Løgting since the 2011 election (Faroese parliamentary election, 2011), making it the joint-largest party, but neither of the Faroes' seats in the Folketing. The '''Centre Party''' ( ) is a Christianity-based, Nordic agrarian parties agrarian


Kosovo


Helsinki

Parliament House in Helsinki. The latest election (Finnish parliamentary election, 2011) to the parliament took place on April 17, 2011. The National Coalition Party (National Coalition Party (Finland)) ( Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


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